Bannach - Abbondio
Colourful slabs intersect to create dining table
This graphic dining table is made up of colourful intersecting slabs that slot together like a puzzle, created and produced by Berlin designer Moritz Bannach.
Inspired by the designer’s love of landscape architecture, the 8-10 person table features clear cut, angular panels in different bold colours with a long rectangular surface. It’s made up of seven parts and you can take it apart easily using simple interlocking mechanisms.
Called Abbondio, the table comes in lacquered MDF or ash veneer. It’s available in three more multi-coloured variations, as well as black or blue monochrome.
It’s Moritz's debut design for his own brand Bannach, which he launched earlier this year.
RRP ex VAT: From £5,000
Geo sculptures from Fritz Hansen
Jaime Hayon has created playful wooden pots shaped like a set of characters for Danish brand Fritz Hansen | Read more
Silo pouf from Normann Copenhagen
Normann Copenhagen launches poufs shaped like trinket boxes designed by Simon Legald | Read more